SHY NM relieves sensitivity faster than other products
SHY NM vs Strontium chloride
SHY NM vs Potassium Nitrate &
What does SHY NM contain?
SHY NM contains calcium sodium phosphosilicate. SHY NM is comprised of calcium, sodium, phosphorous and silica which is the natural elements found in the tooth structure.
What is unique about SHY NM?
SHY NM is a desensitizing toothpaste which uses the two main constituents of hydroxyapatite, calcium and phosphorous, to build a hydroxyapatite-like layer over the surface of teeth. Unlike other desensitizing agents, it reacts in the mouth to create a layer against dentin hypersensitivity using the natural building blocks of teeth
How does SHY NM work?
When SHY NM comes into contact with saliva, a series of chemical reactions occur which lead to the formation of a hydroxyapatite-like layer over the surface of exposed dentine.
Step 1 :
When SHY-NM reacts with saliva, Na+ions are released, elevating the pH into the range essential for HCA formation
Step 2 :
Then minerals like Ca2+ and P5+ ions are released to form calcium-phosphate layer.
Step 3 :
HCA Crystal formation
This layer crystallizes into HCA and seals the opened dentinal tubules. This HCA layer is chemically and structurally similar to the layer found in tooth enamel.
Superiority over other molecules
SHY NM has innumerable benefits: